Essays on Yersinia Pestis
These essays were written by graduate students who took the special topics course, "Plague: Biology, History, and Sociology" at Montana State University during Spring Semester 2005.
- Broughton, M. J. 2005. Catapulted Death: Can a Flying Corpse Distribute the Plague?
- Butler, H. 2005. Today’s Headline: Plague Outbreak in the Congo.
- Davis, R. S. 2005. The Lasting Consequences of Plague in Siena.
- Doherty, M. 2005. Plague’s Contribution to the Spanish Inquisition.
- Hale, K. 2005. Russian and American use of Yersinia pestis as a Biological Weapon.
- Medrano-Cabral, S. The Influence of Plague on Art from the Late 14th to the 17th Century.
- Pallipparambil, G. R. 2005. The Surat Plague and its Aftermath.
- Pariera Dinkins, C. 2005. Persecution of the Jews during the Great Plagues of the 14th Century.
- Prody, H. 2005. Effective Vaccine Development For Yersina pestis Pneumonic and Bubonic Infections.
- Schat, M. 2005. Justinian’s Foreign Policy and the Plague: Did Justinian Create the First Pandemic?
- Shama, L. M. 2005. Japan’s Role in Developing Biological Weapons in World War II and its Effect on Contemporary Relations between Asian Countries.